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Nov 15, 2012 11:00am PST
considermselves to be azil? translator: el more brazilian than japanese. anslator: eu também. me, too. interviewer: por que? translator: because i was born here, live here. i've never been to japan. translator: more japanese, but also brazilian, because my children and grandcldren are all brazilian. but when japan and brazil play against each other, i cheer for the japanese-- my children, for brazil. ( speaking portuguese, laughing ) kingore ) translator: i was born in japan, kingore ) but now i'veeen in bl fomany years. i'm now brazilian. narrator by 1960, when thisave of immigration had slowed, the city, bulging at its seams, boasted 13 million residents. and then yet another group of immigrants began to pouin. ( children shouting ) this group came from brazil's. between 1955 and 1980, more than fi million arrived, attracted by the promise of work and a better life. but an already crowded city could not absorb them. so they began to build tir own homes and neighborhoods, brick by brick, on the periphery. this so-called "self-construction" caused the city to spread even farther. ( sc
Nov 29, 2012 11:00am PST
( translating ): this is the boundary marker el betweemy land,iel... which lies behind me here, you casee just how narrow isy brthe strip of land is. rrator: paulino aws a simpleap whicto sw the, uh-huh. ah. narrator: doña magdalena's husba once farmed five acres en it suor11 peoe. now aso su? más que nos aguan es has. anslator we harvest ouro can last all of thfamily-- l nine ous-- until august. ifhe corn runs out before august, what that means is we'll just have to start working get money to buy the corn earlier. paulino has to find other work for a good part of the year. that's wis brotherdiego, now lives in the city. he mrates seasonalfor mporary y o many maya for the land? maybe the problem is the way the land is used. george lovell heads off to study the dominant industry of the highlands. traditionally it is marked by tall trees g low shike is. this is a co fia. eh, r... pors o toaganquets poro trslatoronig quetzales . narrator: eight quetzales-- 0 a day-- iseager wage by a standar it is commoncross guatemala. onoffee pofhe violenceke this,vt and grion. just three perce of
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